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. that is the early verdict from house republicans about president obama's budget proposal. >> jon: noooo! it can't be dead. they sent me one. no air holes in it. i'm sure it's fine. i'm sure... noooo! not today, budget. not today. ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: why, these are just scripts for the photocopied budget cover. i've been lying to everybody. all right. but that's just it. the right doesn't like anything obama does. how does the left feel >> furious democrats upset about entitlements >> very disappointed. that is one big pile of [bleep]. >> jon: well, the senator from jurassic park is correct. so finally barack obama brings republicans and democrats together in shared dislike. the president's mow joe seems to be fading. even his jump shot seems to be gone. the brick layer in chief recently going 2-for-22 on his home court. i don't want to say anything, but someone is laughing at him right now. "even i can lay up. i mean, come on." can obama regain his mow joe on the fund-raising circuit? >> president obama is getting some heat for his comments about california attorney general kamala h
this adorable pundit loves it. check out this actual story. 13 animals that are really bummed on obama care's third birthday featuring this baby seal with the line "obama care is leaving job creators out in the cold" or "this puppy with the line" this puppy is upset that health insurance premiums are actually $3,000 higher since obama care passed." i have not seen such an effective mix of bald political messaging and cuddly animals since gloabls' gerbils and their benighted sub human race posters. so bravo, n.r.c.c., for taking inspiration from buzzfeed. i would not be surprised if they got some ideas from you too like the 18 most embarrassing republican youth outreach fails. we'll be right back. ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> colbert: thank you so much. please, sit down, everybody. welcome back. nation, i'll tell you, folks, i'll be honest with you, i am no good when it comes to cooking. no matter how many times i try to make the perfect souffle, rosita just seems to get it wrong. maybe i'm not yelling loud enough. i don't know. but the thing that gives me the most trou
happens after that is weeks of deliberation between-- inside the obama administration about whether to own up to the fact that he worked for the c.i.a. or continue calling him a diplat and stonewall the pakistani government. in the end, they did say he was working for the c.i.a. there was a secret deal that was brokered, and they got him out of the country in a hurry after about $2 million was paid to the families of the victims. >> jon: oh, that's interesting. so a little bit of money that went through there. how did the c.i.a. gain this sort of individualized authority that even the department of defense doesn't have? and how did we create these sort of two separate systems for this kind of overseas terror fighting? >> wel it's-- one of the things they sort of talked about in the book is how basically the c.i.a. started to look a whole lot like the military and the military is looking a lot like the c.i.a. basically after 9/11, president bush gave the c.i.a. lethal authority and wide authority to go capture and kill people all around the globe. this sets them off on the beginning of som
to president obama and mississippi senator roger wicker. tests indicate these letters contain the poison ricin. sadly when you're in the public eye, this stuff happens. that's why i never open my own email. this is a fast-moving story and there's still a lot we don't know. for instance, there's a senator roger wicker? there's only 100 of these folks and i never heard that name before. ror wicker does not sound plausible as a senator. sounds more like a patio furniture store. next thing you're telling me there's a congresswoman jennifer convertible. so, the point is we don't really know that much about this ricin situation, but in boston 48 hours after the horrific tragedy there has been a major breakthrough in the reporting of all the other things we don't know. >> investigators have identified a suspect. >> i was told by law enforcement official that this was a dark-skinned male. >> suspect has been arrested in the boston bombings. >> the suspect was a dark-skinned male. >> getting some conflicting reports about an arrest. >> there is no arrest. we knew we were close. apparently no suspect at
? >> part of president obama's signature health care plan be paid for in part with money from a sugary drink excise tax. >> universal background checks. >> that would pay for police. that would pay for public safety programs. >> universal pre-k will be paid for by a cigarette tax. >> smoking to support education? that means i can start my own charter school! (cheers and applause) go fighting -- (coughing) (laughter) so if we raise taxes, it hurts the poor. if we don't raise taxes, it hurts the poor. i think we only have one option here. (bleep) the poor! (laughter) we've learned so much from the romans. jon? >> jon: thank you, lewis. lewis black, everybody. aú (cheers and applause). >> jon: welcome back! my guest tonight, his latest film is called "oblivion." >> technician 4-9, ships systems are green. i'm good to go. >> copy tech 4-9, you've cleared. >> good work on that. (laughter) >> jon: please welcome back to the show tom cruise! (cheers and applause) >> jon: . >> thank you very much. >> jon: the people love! they love! >> thank you. (cheers and applause) sit in the chair, for god's sa
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